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Liberator (search for this): article 5
Brownlow. --It seems that this traitor parson does not altogether suit the Abolitionists at the North. Garrison's Bos on Liberator thus speaks of him: A more coarse-minded, vulgar abusive, pugitistic disputant it would be difficult to find. It is something to his oredic, under such trying circumstances, that he refused to play the traitor; but this makes him neither a gentleman nor a Christian.
Brownlow. --It seems that this traitor parson does not altogether suit the Abolitionists at the North. Garrison's Bos on Liberator thus speaks of him: A more coarse-minded, vulgar abusive, pugitistic disputant it would be difficult to find. It is something to his oredic, under such trying circumstances, that he refused to play the traitor; but this makes him neither a gentleman nor a Christian.
Brownlow. --It seems that this traitor parson does not altogether suit the Abolitionists at the North. Garrison's Bos on Liberator thus speaks of him: A more coarse-minded, vulgar abusive, pugitistic disputant it would be difficult to find. It is something to his oredic, under such trying circumstances, that he refused to play the traitor; but this makes him neither a gentleman nor a Christian.